Fly Fishing Patagonia
Full day – Intermediate
Patagonia is a wild and unique territory, worn down by enormous masses of ice that shaped its interesting landscapes. It forms one of the most extreme precipitation gradients in the world. Because of this from east to west the landscape is very different – it changes from Patagonian steppe to evergreen forest in less than 125 miles (200 km).
It is thought that settlers saw this as an excellent opportunity for the introduction of the voracious Salmonids, which quickly spread and flourished throughout the diverse watercourses of the zone and created a paradise for fly-fishing.
Within the Salmonids, we will mainly find Salmo trutta, known as Fario or the brown trout, coveted by fishermen for its beautiful colors and fierceness. It is also possible to find rainbow trout, Atlantic salmon (Salar salmon), coho salmon, and the mythical king salmon (Chinook), the last of which can be found in large numbers when spawning between December and February.
Duration: 9 – 12 hours.
Includes: specialized guide, transportation, fishing gear and clothing, fishing license, lunch and snack.
- Available for all passengers at additional cost
- Must be requested in advance
- Available only for the fishing season from October 15th of 2017 to April 15th of 2018
- It is suggested to have a minimum of experience for this activity
- Maximum of 4 passengers
Good To Know
6:00pm. to 8:30pm.
6:00pm. to 8:00pm.
Nuptse jacket or wind jacket, base layer and trekking shoes.
Sunscreen, backpack, sunglasses, gloves and beanie.
Wind, rain or sun.